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I opted for the Wagner 190. It seems to be the same specs as the more expensive Titan 1900 but without the stand. I had been leaning towards the Graco X line as those go on sale too every so often. But these seem to employ a different system. The reviews are admittedly company fostered but the tech seems new using HEA (high efficiency airless) pumps. I guess I am an early adopter now.

Used to work striping parking lots and used a Graco Lazer, ride behind and walk behind. Curious as to the ease of use.
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How much more paint you will have to use for a spray on a fence, given some will be lost?
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Oooooo I will be picking up one of these for sure...

These are my findings on differences among Titans
1500 - 1500 PSI, .55 HP, .29 GPM (gallons per min i guess)
1700 - 1500 PSI, .6 HP, .33 GPM
1900 - 1900 PSI, .7 HP, .40 GPM

1700, 1900 Pro models get wheels, longer hose length (50 ft compared to 25, 30 ft on non-pro 1500, 1700). They also get full metal handle vs plastic/metal hybrid handle of non-pro.

Not sure if any these metrics/differences would mean much in real life painting for ppl who just want to do their home projects. I hope this helps someone though.

And, please let me know if there's any caveats in buying one of these things. Trying to renovate 3000 sqft single home and save time/energy more than anything Big Grin

source : https://www.titantool.com/fileadm...ax_eng.pdf (page 5)
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Anybody have a recommendation for painting a garage door and restaining a wooden privacy fence? Would one version make it easier/more efficient than the others?
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Oooooo I will be picking up one of these for sure...

These are my findings on differences among Titans
1500 - 1500 PSI, .55 HP, .29 GPM (gallons per min i guess)
1700 - 1500 PSI, .6 HP, .33 GPM
1900 - 1900 PSI, .7 HP, .40 GPM

1700, 1900 Pro models get wheels, longer hose length (50 ft compared to 25, 30 ft on non-pro 1500, 1700). They also get full metal handle vs plastic/metal hybrid handle of non-pro.

Not sure if any these metrics/differences would mean much in real life painting for ppl who just want to do their home projects. I hope this helps someone though.

And, please let me know if there's any caveats in buying one of these things. Trying to renovate 3000 sqft single home and save time/energy more than anything https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif

source : https://www.titantool.com/fileadm...ax_eng.pdf [titantool.com] (page 5)
SsangOooooo I will be picking up one of these for sure...

These are my findings on differences among Titans
1500 - 1500 PSI, .55 HP, .29 GPM (gallons per min i guess)
1700 - 1500 PSI, .6 HP, .33 GPM
1900 - 1900 PSI, .7 HP, .40 GPM

1700, 1900 Pro models get wheels, longer hose length (50 ft compared to 25, 30 ft on non-pro 1500, 1700). They also get full metal handle vs plastic/metal hybrid handle of non-pro.

Not sure if any these metrics/differences would mean much in real life painting for ppl who just want to do their home projects. I hope this helps someone though.

And, please let me know if there's any caveats in buying one of these things. Trying to renovate 3000 sqft single home and save time/energy more than anything https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif

source : https://www.titantool.com/fileadm...ax_eng.pdf [titantool.com] (page 5)
Save your money and time and rent.

Where I live you can rent an airless sprayer and they do the clean up for less than $50 a day, if it breaks they give you a replacement. Spraying a 3000 sq ft home is less than 4 hours for the outside and maybe 1-2 days for the inside. Prep time is 1-2 weeks, during which you will not be renting the equipment.1 week or more for the inside, really bad outside 1 week or more. Normal wear and tear the outside figure 2 people to scrape, prime, caulk and 1 color coat. 1 week or less.

Clean up on an airless like these involves flushing the lines and cleaning the filters etc. Then you run pump conditioners through it and hope it does not rust or deteriorate during storage.

Also you will be vulnerable to friends that either want to borrow the equipment and or you for their projects. Toos like this are best when they are run often and maintained regularly. So unless your are planning to do a lot of painting RENT! So much easier and cheaper.

I did a 2600 foot house with an attached 450 foot garage single story exterior that I had spent 1 week prepping, 1 color coat in less than 4 hours including getting the second machine as the 1st one died. Trim in a different color I did by hand and that took 1-2 days, could have used the airless yet the amount of time to clean it and get ready to shoot takes too much time.

Inside work I prefer to roll as the amount of prep for spray is pretty intense. I did once shoot the inside of a small 1200 foot house in less than 2 hours, including the skylight wells. Yet the prep took over a week, lots of masking as when you spray inside it lands on everything.

You may want to run a prime coat and 2 color, depending on your situaton, this would add a second day of rental, as you need 1 day for 1 coat to dry.

Last and not least if you rent then you do not have to store it.

Choose Wisely!
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I opted for the Wagner 190. It seems to be the same specs as the more expensive Titan 1900 but without the stand. I had been leaning towards the Graco X line as those go on sale too every so often. But these seem to employ a different system. The reviews are admittedly company fostered but the tech seems new using HEA (high efficiency airless) pumps. I guess I am an early adopter now.

Used to work striping parking lots and used a Graco Lazer, ride behind and walk behind. Curious as to the ease of use.
I went with the Wagner 190 as well. It finally shipped 3/15, must have sold out quickly online and was backordered. HD gave me the option of the titan 1700 for the same price, but that one doesn't compare spec wise, so I waited for the 190. I have several exterior projects, looking forward to using this. Did you use yours yet?
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I went with the Wagner 190 as well. It finally shipped 3/15, must have sold out quickly online and was backordered. HD gave me the option of the titan 1700 for the same price, but that one doesn't compare spec wise, so I waited for the 190. I have several exterior projects, looking forward to using this. Did you use yours yet?
Not yet! I noticed that too, about it being out of stock online after I purchased it. It arrived about a week after the sale as normal. My main bathroom is currently empty and waiting prep work before I try some primer through the Wagner 190. I am looking at additional spray tips... it seems Wagner's own website is the most reasonable option costwise.
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